1Send some texts out asking if anyone found your dignity last night. I recommend a bloody mary if you can get your hands on one to ease the pain. Find a big skillet or pot… if you can’t, get a big microwaveable container.
2Stovetop: Drain the corn and beans (and the meat if you’re adding it) and add to the pot/pan with the rice and salsa. Cook on low to med heat and stir occasionally until it’s all hot (about 5-10 min).
3Microwave: Drain the corn and beans (and the meat if you’re adding it) and add to the container with the rice and salsa. Microwave 2 min at a time stirring in between till it’s all hot.
4Remove from heat and mix in the cheese still it’s gooey. Top with your whatever you’d put on a taco (sour cream, jalapenos, hot sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, etc). Smash chips on top and eat.
5All portion sizes are flexible depending on what you like.
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